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Why everybody needs more than 1.35vcore to achieve 4.7mhz on the 2600k and i run prime yesterday for 2 hours with 1.32vcore with no problems ?

is there some chips like this or i have to run prime for 24hours lol.
No chip overclocks the same.
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No chip overclocks the same.
I know but can i even go higher ? or i have to run a more intensive burn test?
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I know but can i even go higher ? or i have to run a more intensive burn test?
Go higher!
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Why everybody needs more than 1.35vcore to achieve 4.7mhz on the 2600k and i run prime yesterday for 2 hours with 1.32vcore with no problems ?

is there some chips like this or i have to run prime for 24hours lol.
Try 12 hours~ 2 hours was not revealing for me. I was about to do 4.8 at 1.34v easy~ but every time I tried to do 12 hours for the Sandy Stable run, it'd crash around hour 9... sometimes hour 10. Tried it three times~ almost quit. 1.36v was the right number for me. The whole point of this thread is to get rid of chinks in your overclock.

Had I just done 4-5 hours~ I would have called it a day awhile ago, but it wouldn't have been my 'true' number. Maybe true enough for gaming, but I wouldn't depend on a huge render or important task on an overclock if it wasn't bullet proof. :3

BTW your chip is probably very good as it is~ I'm damn sure. Just make sure to try for a real number. Make a goal, like 4.8ghz~ and then try to get into the club by following the instructions on the first post (Munaim is a stickler for the RealTemp time, make sure you load it at the start. It's silly~ since Prime95 says the time already but just do it~ lol)

If you can get into the club at 4.8, write down your settings and check out your temps. If your temps are golden~ go higher! :3

For me, my goal was going as high as possible without using Overvoltage on Enable, because I need Sleep mode and that setting makes Sleep not work. 4.8 was that number~ to hit 5.0 I need to enable that feature and that bug is freaking annoying. I hope they find a way to fix it or some kind of work around.
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Try 12 hours~ 2 hours was not revealing for me. I was about to do 4.8 at 1.34v easy~ but every time I tried to do 12 hours for the Sandy Stable run, it'd crash around hour 9... sometimes hour 10. Tried it three times~ almost quit. 1.36v was the right number for me. The whole point of this thread is to get rid of chinks in your overclock.

Had I just done 4-5 hours~ I would have called it a day awhile ago, but it wouldn't have been my 'true' number. Maybe true enough for gaming, but I wouldn't depend on a huge render or important task on an overclock if it wasn't bullet proof. :3

BTW your chip is probably very good as it is~ I'm damn sure. Just make sure to try for a real number. Make a goal, like 4.8ghz~ and then try to get into the club by following the instructions on the first post (Munaim is a stickler for the RealTemp time, make sure you load it at the start. It's silly~ since Prime95 says the time already but just do it~ lol)

If you can get into the club at 4.8, write down your settings and check out your temps. If your temps are golden~ go higher! :3

For me, my goal was going as high as possible without using Overvoltage on Enable, because I need Sleep mode and that setting makes Sleep not work. 4.8 was that number~ to hit 5.0 I need to enable that feature and that bug is freaking annoying. I hope they find a way to fix it or some kind of work around.
It was probably crashing on one particular FFT. Problem with Sandy is that it BSOD when crash in Prime95. So unless your there, to see which FFT it was, you don't know.

On my Q9650 I only get errors. And can isolate a certain FFT, to shorten the process. If that particular FFT goes good after adjusting things, I can then start a long test again.
    
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So you're saying that I could probably tighten my voltage so that it's a bit lower? Cuz it made no sense that I could hit like 9+ hours at 1.32 and have to go to 1.36 just to pass this 12 hour test. If I could veritably hit a 12 hour run at a lower voltage, that'd be great~ but how would I do that without knowing exactly what the problem is?
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So you're saying that I could probably tighten my voltage so that it's a bit lower? Cuz it made no sense that I could hit like 9+ hours at 1.32 and have to go to 1.36 just to pass this 12 hour test. If I could veritably hit a 12 hour run at a lower voltage, that'd be great~ but how would I do that without knowing exactly what the problem is?
I very much doubt you could lower your voltage, however, you could try. I could do just over and hour or so with 1.43v for my 5.1ghz overclock but had to go all the way to 1.47 to stabalise it for 12hours. Getting it stable for 12hours can be a lot tougher than people expect.

Also this:
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On that note background processes can play a big part in stability, say for instance you might blue screen when running prime if your windows updates starts downloading and installing , stupid windows . I usually dissconect the intenet and antivirus so it doesn't disrupt prime.



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Try 12 hours~ 2 hours was not revealing for me. I was about to do 4.8 at 1.34v easy~ but every time I tried to do 12 hours for the Sandy Stable run, it'd crash around hour 9... sometimes hour 10. Tried it three times~ almost quit. 1.36v was the right number for me. The whole point of this thread is to get rid of chinks in your overclock.

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If you can get into the club at 4.8, write down your settings and check out your temps. If your temps are golden~ go higher! :3

For me, my goal was going as high as possible without using Overvoltage on Enable, because I need Sleep mode and that setting makes Sleep not work. 4.8 was that number~ to hit 5.0 I need to enable that feature and that bug is freaking annoying. I hope they find a way to fix it or some kind of work around.
Thanks! i will , in the past i did only 2 hours with my i7 960@4.0ghz and when i try to encode one bluray with BD Rebuilder it crashed on the middle of the task but playing games was fine

I don't really have time to monitor my desktop when stress testing but i guess i can live it overnight i just hope the noise don't kill me

O and sorry for my bad English
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Thanks! i will , in the past i did only 2 hours with my i7 960@4.0ghz and when i try to encode one bluray with BD Rebuilder it crashed on the middle of the task but playing games was fine

I don't really have time to monitor my desktop when stress testing but i guess i can live it overnight i just hope the noise don't kill me

O and sorry for my bad English
Good luck

It will definitely be worth it, spending the first few days getting a rig stable is key obviously after you find everything is working as they supose to lol


Patience is key so hopefully it pays off



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ok I think i've given up the science project. I turned off HT to keep temps down for 4.8 and I'd rather have HT on. I enabled PLL but with the Asus sleep bug, I'll have to forgo that as well. And between 4.5 and 4.6, I need to jump the vcore from 1.30 (or lower) up to 1.355. I'm not sure the extra 100-200mhz is worth it (i know...that's a blasphemous statement in this club). I'm going to settle for 4.5Ghz, have Sleep working and keep my temps low.

Thanks for all the help thus far.
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